Welcome to St Petroc's Church and Methodist Chapel in Petrockstowe, Devon. Whether you are already part of a church, looking for a church or live in the community and want to find out more about us, this site is for you. 

We are at the end of a six month trial where we have joined together with our Methodist friends for Sunday services in either the Chapel or Church. We worship as one congregation attending both Methodist and Anglican services and also joining together to lead a local lay led service when there is no Preacher or Minister available.

Our Sunday service rota can be found HERE

Historic and beautiful St Petroc's church sits above the village, at the heart of North Devon's rural agricultural area, its  doors are open every day (approx. 10.00am  - 4.00pm) to invite visitors and villagers alike to enjoy its peace and quiet or to join in engaging and varied services. Sadly in need of much repair to the roof and electrics at present.  The church is part of the Torridge Team ministry, comprising the churches at Buckland Filleigh, Huish, Langtree, Merton, Newton St Petrock, Peters Marland, Petrockstowe, Shebbear, & Sheepwash. 

Petrockstowe Methodist Chapel is in the centre of the village and was built in 1933. It is a charming chapel with a schoolroom and is part of the West Devon Methodist Circuit. 

We really enjoy sharing our parish life with everybody whatever your age, background, beliefs, personality or lifestyle. As a rural churches we seek to build the community and celebrate the beauty of our surroundings. 

On this site you will find information about all our activities, some of our upcoming events and a flavour of the people who meet together at The Chapel and St Petroc's. Use the menu provided  above to find everything you need.  If you can't find what you're looking for then please contact Dee at the office here

If you would like to give to support the work of St Petroc's Church please click HERE

Church by phone - Sundays at 4pm.     

You will need a telephone number and access code. Please be in touch with Revd Martin Warren in advance to obtain this. His Telephone number is: 01409 281424.

Here is a link to our Facebook Page.  

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